Surge, a leading US-based software development and consulting firm, has announced that it made the Inc. 5000 list for the 2nd year in row, growing 584% and re-establishing itself as one of the fastest-growing companies in America. Out of 5000 companies, Surge ranked #778 overall, #95 in IT Services, #22 in
“We are seeing unprecedented demand for our software development services and we’re thrilled to be recognized again as one of the fastest-growing companies in the US,” said
With over 50 US-based employees –most of them being software developers— Surge has expertise in all of the mainstream programming languages and is capable of crafting virtually any type of software imaginable, including web applications, cloud services, software-as-a service (SaaS), mobile apps, desktop software, and systems integrations.
“Notwithstanding our rapid growth, we’ve been able to meet the demands of our clients because of our highly-skilled 100% US-based staff and our streamlined software development process honed through years of experience,” said
US-based software development services are increasing in demand as companies become disenchanted with low-quality offshore and nearshore services, and Surge has positioned itself as a leading onshore provider.
Surge is a leading provider of web and mobile software development and consulting services to businesses ranging from small startups to Fortune 100 companies. Founded in 2007, Surge has successfully delivered hundreds of software solutions to its clients using a unique combination of technology expertise, 100% US-based team, business acumen, and design elegance. For more information visit http://www.surgeforward.com.
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